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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY, JU,LY 10, 1902.
.FIVH V v" Some Winning Points of the Gunn Book-Case One of the points Of super iority over other bookdases Is that the doors operate on roller bearings and cannot possibly bind. The "Gunn" Is the only system In which a broken glass can be replaced by simply unhooking the door. In all other makes the book must be removed and the case taken entirely apart. Come and see it. E COMPANY. LTD PROGRESS BLOCK FORT STREET. Note Heads, BUI Heads, Letter Heads and all kinds of Job and Commercial Printing neatly and promptly executed at the Star Office. ii. F. Asbahr, Cottages and pleasant rooms, American and European Plan. Excellent Cuisine and Service Spe cial weekly or monthly rates. Best of Surf Bathing and ca noeing all the" , year round. Hot and Cold Water Baths. Bouffet. Livery. Electric Lights. Ii. H. Dee, ADVERTISEMENTS CH ANGED MONDAYS. Gingham Sale This Week A.iR.C. Gingham 1 Oc. yard 1 VERY LATEST GINGHAM IN HANDSOME PATTERNS, ONLY 10c. PER YARD. MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE OF FERINGS ALSO. . . v A. BLOM. Progress Block Fort Street near Beretania Telephone White Soluble, Dry and Fine, Sure, Quick and Reliable Manufactured from the Best Materials. Few are as Good, Better on the Market Pacific Houses to Eent. We have houses to rent In all parts of the city furnished or unfurnished. Houses for Sale. A few choice bargains. Terms very reasonable. Loans. We are prepared to accept a w applications for gilt-edge loans. We have a client who wishes to loan $10,000 on best real estate security. Stocks and Bonds. A careful, prompt execution of orders for the purchase' or sale of stocks and bonds on commission. 1 Fort and Merchant Sts. N ft Telephone Main 313. H NOTICE John Mattos of the plumbing firm of Judge & Mattos has disposed of his in terest to John Judge, tho remaining partner. Judge continues the business and is prepared to do plumbing in all Its branches. Prices reasonable. Manager Mrs. Mary Sexton, Stewardess Waikiki Inn ON THE BEACH. SPECIAL RATES FOR TOURISTS. A FAMILY RESORT. proprietor. Ring up Phone Red 71. 3171 Our High Orede 0an Fertilize Brand 44 A Guano and Fertilizer O. HAGBNS, Manager HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Between Boards Sales: $26,000 Hilo It. R. Bonds $100.00. Quotations. Bid. Asked. C. Brewer & Co 400.00 N. S. Sachs 80.00 Ewa 24.00 Hawaiian Agrl i. .f..., 2C0.00 Hawaiian Com'l 35.00 HaW. Sugar 24.00 Kahuku 23.00 Klpahulu Sugar Co 90.00 Koloa Sugar Co 140.00 McBrydo r.V... 5. GO Ouhu 87.00 Ookala 8.00 Oliui, assessable 3.25 3.75: Olaa paid up 9.76 .Olowalu Co 130.00 Pepeekeo 160.00 1 Pioneer 67.60 Walalua 65.00 60.00 Wnlluku Sugar Co , , 300.00 Wnlmanalo 167.50 Walmea Sugar Co 75.00 Waller S. S. Co 100.00 Inter-Island 90.00 Hawaiian Electric 87.50 Hon. Rapid Transit 65.00 Illto R. R. Co. G's 100.00 Oahu R. & L. Co. Cs.... 104.00 105.00 THE SULTAN'S REPLY. The officers in garrisons at Uskab and three adjoining towns recently sent a joint petition to the sultan, pointing out that they had received no pay for a long time, and that promotion was at a standstill. The sultan's reply was to promote 65 olllcers of the gar rison at Przlna, who had not petitioned. The Oahu College DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC. F. A. Ballaseyus, Director. Open all summer for Instruction in piano, organ, voice culture, and har mony. WANTED. When we called attention a few weeks ago 'to cur new preparation called U a S a T a we it'll there Was a demand for a really good article made from Cascara Sagrada bark. We were not mistaken and we are greatly pleased that the community lias appreciated our efforts, j We offered to give free sampjes of C a 8 a r a but few asked for them preferring to take the regulai package being sure that we would not recommend It as wo did. unless there was. real merit. They were right. This has always lieen our policy and cus tomers know it tho preparations are not as represented they get their .-non- ey back. No risk taken in dealing with us. j Casara is a pleasant-to-take laxative made from the bark, Cascara Sagrada, which is well known l'pr its most excellent cathartic quali ties. , It tones and strengthens and Is a cure for habitual constipation. Chil dren .take It readily. Samples Jiee. PRICE 50 CENTS, HOBRON DRUG CO. FORT STREET, EHLERS' BLOCK. P. O. Box 484 None Co. UNO IMS (IF mm w w I I Tiir nri rni-rr MIL ULULUII I LI (continued lrom page .one.) nervation of all or any of the public lauds In Hawaii. "This office Is therefore of the opin ion that until exact conditions and needs are ascertained by a competent 'commission duly authorized for thnt purpose, or In some ' other reliable manner, no legislation whatever should bo attempted, and I concur with tho suggestions made by Mr. Boyd, com missioner of public lands for the Ter ritory of Hawaii, In his letter men tioned above. "Very respectfully, "BINGI5R HERMANN, "Commissioner." "The Secretary of the Interior." Commissioner Boyd also received a letter from Hermann giving the reply of S. E. Alden, clerk of the Senate Committee on Pacific Islands and Por to Rico, to an inquiry as to the fate of the Wilcox bill. The bill. Alden states, Is "held In abeyance," as sug gested by the land commissioner, until an investigation has boon made. This means until the commission has visit ed Hawaii and made its report. WHEN "JACK" IS SICK THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL IS TO TREAT HIM. Unless He Has An Incurable Disease U'hen He Must Go To the Home For Incurables at $1.60 a Day. The Secretary of tlie Treasury has approved the following regulations for the care of seamen entitled to relief from the Marine Hospital Service, at Honolulu and other places : "The following contracts for the care of seamen entitled to relief from this Service, for the fiscal year ending Junu ;;u, I90:s, are published for the Informa tion of accounting olllcers of the Treas ury, Department,, disbursing agents, commissioned medical olllcers and act ing assistant surgeons of the Marine Hospital Service, and customs officers. This circular is to be regarded as ofll- cial notification of the acceptance of the prop'osals made by the parties de slgnated, and must be cited, giving its number and date, on all bills for the treatment and maintenance of seamen, snd for the burial of deceased hospital patients, as the authority for any ex pendlture Incurred under its provis ions. Charges will be allowed foi the day of admission of a hospital patient, outnot for the day of discharge or oeath. The right Is reserved by the Secretary of the Treasury to terminate ony contract wherever the Interests of the Service require it. All relief must be furnlsh?d In accordance with tho ievlS2d regulations of the Marine-Hos pital Service; and, In consequence of the largoj expenditure for relief, and cf the limited sources ot Income, it has become necessary to give notice that, as provided In the regulations, no al lowance will be made for expenditures incurred at any port not named in this circular. " "Upon admission to a contract hos pital of a patient with a disease or In jury which, In the opinion of the med ical officer, the acting assistant sur geon, or physician in charge ot the case, will tequlre more than tenty days' treatment in hospital, the officer issuing the permit wilt at once request authority from the Bureau to transfer such patient to the nearest marine hos pital, provided the patient's condition, in the opinion of the medical olllcer, the acting assistant surgeon, or physi cian in charge of the case, Is such as to admit of transportation. "The attention of customs olllcers, commissioned medical olllcers, acting assistant' surgeons, or other physicians In charge of patients of the Marlne Hospltal Service at contract stations, is hereby called to the necessity of dis charging patients promptly upon the termination of the necessary hospital treatment, and without awaiting the expiration of the iierlod authorized In the permit. "The term "contagious diseases," wherever occurring in this circular, In cludes only those diseases which, un der usual municipal regulations, are required to be treated In a special hos pital for contagious diseases. "At Honolulu the medical attend ance to be1 furnished by a medical offi cer of the Marine-Hospital Service' 'patients suffering from tuberculosis and incurable diseases, excepting lep rosy, to be furnished quarters, sub sistence, nursing, and necessary medi cines by the Honolulu Homo for Incur ables, at $1.50 a day; others, excepting contagious cases, by the Queen's Hos pital, at $1.50 a day. F, S BROUGHT TO HONOLULU ON TUB MIKAHALA. Captain Gregory is Now Owner of the St. Bernard Dog Wants Home Ashore for His Pet. Cuptajn Gregory of the steamer Mi kahala brought quite a famous travel er yesterday from Walmea, Kauai, ihls traveller was no less a person than "Bess." th n,..,...i .. , L.tHtu, uu iiuii aviis rescued from tho bark Fannie ivorr linen iupiain uiouons and his crew abandoned the vessel at sea, May 39. "Bess" was first secured, when a pup. py by Captain Gibbons and was taken along on tho Fannie Kerr. Sea life Neeilied tn nurrpn witll hir fnt. aVin Ih.l.. ed and soon attained n good size. When " ueumea to aoanuon tne Fannie Kerr, Captain Gibbons refused to leave the dog behind, but took her nlong in the lifo boat. The captain ..iiiiiisij. unuiuu nis provisions ana wa ter with ili a lint 11 till 1l"llOn t It lx nrmir. of sullors llnally made Mukawell safe ly, the dog was alivo and well. Captain Gibbons gavo the dog to a gentleman at Wuimea but subsequently Hess who had taken .quite a fancy to Captain Gregory of tho Mlkahalu, passed Into wiu i'unrcBBiuu Ul Hits HlU.llcr Ot WlO Mikahala. On tiln tl'ltk thld vtol? ("rim lrminl Captain Gregory brought the unimal to lT.tnnti.lt. Wlwt .1 .w. . .1 l .. . mviiuiuiu, iliu uui, I1IUIJU JieiHUlL lib home aboard the Mikahala and acted us ir sue nau sanea many years in the Nttnmitr. Hnntnln Clmtrrwv will tnla ... "-rtw j ..... tui.t. her back on the present 'trip. NME KERR DOC He says the Mikahala does not need mnscot but Hess Is to be taken alone "Just for luck." Captain Gregory Is anxious to secure a good home for tin dog for he thinks that It would 1 better If Bess were left ashore. The cat which was broUKht from the Fannie Kerr Is In the possession of Purser Frlel of the Mikahala. who says that shore life seems to agree perfectly with Tabby (Continued from Page Z.) DEPARTING. Wednesday, July 9. S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp, for Pago Pago, Auckland and Sydney, at S:45 p. m. U. S. S. Albatross, Thomas, for cruise off Hawaii, at 3 i. m. Thursday, July 10. Am. bktn. Planter. Ctiase. for San Francisco, at 10:45 m., , with sugar ballast. Am. bark Gerard of Tobey. Gove, for San Francisco at 2 p. m., with 2130 tons of sugar. Am. schr. Julia E. Whulen, Rosehlll, for Marcus Island, limy sail in after noon. Stmr. Kalulanl, Dower, for Pepeekeo mid Hilo, at 10:30 a. m PASSENGERS. Per stmr. Lehua, July 9, for Knuna kakal. W. I. Wells, wife and 2 chil dren, A. J. Wilson; for Pukoo, E. Po aha and 2 children, K. F. Brown: for Lahnlna, T. Rochfort. BEFORE JUDGE WILCOX. Scott Was Too Strong With His Fist. A. C. Scott was lined $23 and costs this morning by Judge Wilcox on con viction ot nssault and battery on L. Aplu, a Chinese clerk employed In the grocery store at Walklkl-makal corner of Beretania and Alakea streets. Tin Chinese testified that Scott went Into the store and used the telephone, with out hnvlng first obtained permission and when Aplu remonstrated with him for shaking the hoop up and down, Scott struck hlni In the eye blacken ing Aplu's left optic. Scott claimed that the Chinese had tried to Jerk the telephone receiver from him. Notice of appeal was given. R. Susuniugu the Japanese who was charged with assault'wlth a weapon on Police Ofllcer Ke-na, was committed to the circuit court this morning by Judge Wilcox. Philip Ambo was before Judg'o Wil cox today to answer to a charge of frequenting the home of Hose Watson a notorious prostitute who was also ar rested last night In company with a Japanese man. Ambo had retained counsel and pleaded not guilty, the case going over until tomorrow. Miguel Ortez one of the Porto Hlcans who was charged with vagrancy, show, ed to the satisfaction of the court this morning, that he had been earning a living and a nolle prosse was accord ingly entered In the case. POLO NEXT MONTH. Players Will Soon Begin to Bring up Their Ponies. The Hrst polo meeting of this season i will be held In two weeks and play j will begin about the middle of next ' month. Tho association will play at Kaplolani park this season the Moana lua grounds not yet being ready. It takes considerable time for the ground to settle after being tilled In despite packing and Mr. Damon is detcrniine.I to have the ground as absolutely per fect as It can be made. Some English army olllcers who re cently visited the ground at Moanalua under the guidance ot S. K. Damon, proclaimed the new Held to be far su perior to anything in England or the Orient. The latter fields are generally better than those In England and the Hong Kong grounds rank very high In the estimation ot all travelling play ers. UNCLE SAM'S MONEY. WASHINGTON, July 3. The total receipts of the United States for the ilscal year ended June 30, 1802,'amount ed to $363,403,187, against $387,083,537 for the nscal year ended June 30, 1901. The total expenditures for. the year Just closed were $471,209,041, as against $509,9C7,353 for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1901. The surplus for the year Just closed Is $92,190,000. The receipts from the several sources of revenue are given as follows: Customs, $234, 450,927; increase, as compared with the Ilscal year ended June 30, 1901, $15,801, 000. Internal revenue, $272,503214; de crease, $31,431. Miscellaneous, $30,445, 048; decrease, $4,474,000. The expendi tures of the year are given as follows: Civil and miscellaneous, $113,418,202; decrease, $9,000,000. War, $112,210,483; decrease, $32,000,000. Navy, $07,858,500; Increase, '$7,000,000. Indians, $10,049,523; decrease, $841,000. Pensions, $138,488, 559; decrease. $950,000. Interest, $29, 107,802; decrease, $3,235,000. The sur plus for the month of June, 1902, Is shown to have been $15,839,609. It Is said that there will be at least two bidders for the portion of the Isl and of La mil ordered sold by the de cree of court In the forclosure proceed ings against W. 11. Pain and others. The property Is ordered sold August 1C. The bidders so far understood to be In the competition are the Gay and ltob Inson interests which already 6wn In terests In Luna!, and S. M. Damon with iiom is supposed to he Interested Churles It. Illshop of San Francisco. It Is said that one object In S. M. Da mon's present trip to the coast Is to consult with C. II. Bishop on the sub ject. AUEHBACH'S WILL. Petition To Probate The Estate Filed Today. Petition for probate of the will of the late Frank B. Auerbaoh was tiled this morning In the Circuit Court by Smith and Lewis. The estate of the deceased is stated to consist of $10,000 In stocks, pledged as security for a loan of $9,000, two Insurance policies hi tho Pacific Mutual Life Company, of $3,000 each, and $800 worth of other personal property. The heirs are ihe widow and live children, the oldest 12 years old and tho youngest 3. The Hawaiian Trust Company was named in tho will as executor, but waives the right to act. and tho widow petitions that letters be Issued to A. Lewis, Jr. Judge Humphreys and a Jury tuJay continued the hearing ot tho case of Ahu Puukl vs. Lot K. C. Lane, a suit for $2,500 damages for failure to pro vide support in accordance with the ul- SHIPPING II II BIDDERS LANA THE CHILDREN. An adult rimy 1)0 at onco thin nnl healthy, but a baby, or n young child, Hliould bo plump, and well covered with lat. Yet how many gaunt, ema ciated, thin-blooded, babies and childron wo sec, chiclly becauso tho uutritivo machinery of thoir bodies ia in.Botno way out of! order. Or thoy may bo Borofu Ioub or tho victimn of somo subtle waBting disc'iso. Nau seous and bad touting mcdicino is objectionablo and a horror to. childron. No doubt iln frequent lack of good elTpet in, at leas', partly duo to tho disgust it ex cites in them tho shock to tin system. This is true of cod livoi oil in tho form of tho ordinarj old-fashioned mixtures bo often forced upon thorn. Tho old ter ror of this valuable, yet oilonsivo drug vanishes with tho trans formation it has undergone in WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION which is palatable ns honey and contains tho uutritivo and cara tivo properties of Puro Cod Liver Oil, combined . with tho Compound Syrup of Hypophos phites, and tho Extiacta of Malt and Wild Cherry. In building up pale, puny, emaciated child ron, particularly those troubled vith Anemia, Horofula, Eickots, mil Bouc and lilcod diseasos, nothing equula it4 lis touid qmilitica arc of tho highest or der. It creates now blood; strong muscles, sound teeth, solid bouos, and enables them to grow np into healthy men and women. A Medical Institution says: "Wo iiavo used your preparation in treating children for coughs, colds and inflammation; its ap plication has never failed us m any case, even tho most aggra vated bordering on pneumonia. Tho children like it, they lovo tho taste of it, it Ijokn good to them, and if builds up thoir bo dies ; many little children owo their Jives to it." Effective from, tho first dose. Sold by chemists. leged terms of a deed. Judge Robinson sustaiiifd a demur rer in the case of J. M. MeCliesney vs. the Waikiki Uind &, Loan Association and George H. Paris, allowing ten days for an amendment. MoC'hesney is suing for an accounting for corporation funds, being a stockholder. HIS FJH8T LOVE. Thirty years ago MIhh Kauhel Dick son and Peter Baiclay ot Middletown, N. Y were lovers. A quaruM separat ed them and he went to low a, where ho mairled. Ills wife and two children died, and lately he followed tnem. In his will he left all his estate, valued at $30,0CU. to his old swiv'tlicnr; who re mained single. NEW A OVERTIME KNTS NOTICE. There will be a special meeting oC the stockholders of tin- Washington Mercantile Co., Ltd., a't the olllce oC the company Friday July 11th at r p. m. to consider an amendment In tho by-laws and such -additional business as may come before the meeting. GEO. K. MOKGAN, Secretary of the Washington Mercan tile Co., Ltd. Honolulu July 10, 1902. NOTICE, 2ND PUECINCT, fflH DISTUICUV ' ItEPUlVLICWN OLUB, A meeting of the 2nd Precinct, 4th District, llepubllcan Club, will be held on Friday evening, July 11th, 1902, at 7:30 o'clock, In the tent at. the corner of Lunalllo and Pllkol streets. T. H. PpTUIE, , Hccrotary. Honolulu, July 10, 1902. I Attention Co. " A." A Armory Company A, First IlegN ment, N. O. H. Honolulu, July 10, 1902. Every member of this command Is hereby ordered to report at the Drill Shed THIS THURSDAY EVENINQ for Company Drill. By order, H. KLEMME, Captain Commanding. AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY. NOT1C15 TO CIJEDITOItS. IN THE DISTRICT COUIIT OF THE UNITED STATES, DISTRICT OF HAWAII. IN HANK11UPTCV. In the matter of K. jrakotn, a bank rupt. - Public notice of iale of pe'on1'1 prop erty of above named bankrupt.' To the creditors', of K. JTaketa of Honolulu, Island of Oitfni ; bankrupt: Take notice that ttfere will, be sotU at publio auction on MONDAY. July 21, A. D. 1902, by Ja. V. Morgan, auc tioneer at his salesrooms on Queen street, in Honolulu, aforesaid all tht personal property, store fixtures and stock in trade of tho said 1?. Taketa. formerly contained In his store In said Honolulu. Said property will be sold for cash to tho highest bidder at said time and place, subject to the ap proval of the District Court of the Uni ted States for the District of Hawaii, in bankruptcy. Dated the 10th day of July. A . D. CHARLES R. 1 1 EM EN WAY, Trustee of K. Takcta, n Bankrupt. 4t July 10, U, 17 and 19, XI.' : J, ' jiJ ''"1 wirff '" ih fiv ' v.W'Jvv,-